Lucian Munteanu, George Dan Hânceanu

Descoperiri monetare din Moldova. XIII

In this issue of the chronicle we publish a batch of Roman coins, which are kept in the collection of the Roman History Museum, within the Neamț National Museum Complex. The coins we publish have been discovered between the 60s and 80s of the last century. They come from the following locations: I. Brad (Bacău County) (1 D, Marcus Aurelius, 163, pierced; 1 D, Marcus Aurelius, 179); II. Călinești (Bacău County) (1 D, Hadrianus, 134-138, pierced); the coin was discovered on the surface of a “Free Dacians” settlement; III. Făurei (Neamț County) (1 D, Antoninus Pius, 145-161; 1 D, Antoninus Pius: Faustina II, 147-161); the 2 coins belong to a hoard that was discovered in this locality, in 1963; it contained 42 imperial denarii, which were housed in a ceramic vessel; IV. Roman (Neamț County) (surroundings) (1 D, C. Metellus, c. 125-120 BC; 1 As, Claudius, 41-42; 1 S, Traianus, 107-108; 1 D, Traianus, 113-114; 1 S, Hadrianus, 125-134; 1 D, Hadrianus, 134-138; 1 Dp/As, Antoninus Pius: Faustina II, 147-161; 1 D, Lucius Verus, 165; 1 AE, Thracia, Mesambria, Philippus I: Philippus II, 244-246; 1 AE, Bithynia, Nikaia, Quietus, 261-262; 1 Follis, Constantin I: Constantin II (caesar), Thessalonica, 318-319; 1 Follis, Constantin I, Heraclea, 324; 1 AE, Constantius II: Divus Constantin I, Nicomedia, 337-340; 1 AE, Constantius II, 351-361; 1 AE3, Valentinianus I, Nicomedia, 364-367; 1 AE3, Valentinianus I, Heraclea, 364-367; 2 AE, Valentinianus I – Valentinianus II, 364-388).


coin finds; Moldavia; Roman coins; hoards; stray finds.